art sub lessons
One of the most dreaded parts of teaching art is writing emergency sub plans. This board links to no-prep and low-prep art sub lessons that are ready to print…
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STEAM Sugar Skull Art for Early Finishers and Centers
This blog post shows a fun STEM/STEAM art project for centers, subs, and early finishers for sale at TPT. Students create a drawing of a Mexican symmetrical sugar skull using pattern. Great for Halloween and Dia de Los Muertos. #artsublesson #artsubplan #DiadeLosMuertos #artprojectforkids
Centers, Subs and Art Lessons - Fairy Tales - Draw a Gingerbread House
This elementary lesson could be taught by anyone at home or school. Great for winter or Christmas. Gingerbread House activity that is fun, easy and creative. It could also be used as a center activity. It begins with visuals about Hansel and Gretel, but does not need to be accompanied by that story.
Art Sub Plan - Doodle Monsters in Winter Elementary Middle School Christmas
Here's a winter art lesson that can double as a Christmas activity if you like. Kids in middle and elementary school will have fun with this. It would be a fun activity for high school too. It requires markers, pencils, black pens or Sharpies. It is fully scripted and has plenty of visuals. Kids will continue drawing these little monsters long after this lesson is done.
Winter Art Lesson - Doodle Monsters in Winter
If you are looking for a winter or Christmas art sub plan, this is a good one. Lots of visuals. Scripted. Written specifically for a sub but can be taught by regular teachers too. This lesson uses marker, Sharpies or black pens, pencils, and paper. The finished drawings are unique and beautiful. Kids learn about overlapping and shading too. Great for emergency sub lessons and sub tubs too.
Art Sub Lesson for Thanksgiving and Fall
Here is a fun, print and go, art sub plan that is ready to hand to your sub. All they need to teach this lesson are crayons, pencils, and paper. Students may follow a directed drawing of a turkey shape or use a printed copy of a turkey shape. They add all the details they want to give this turkey a disguise. There are samples of vintage turkeys dressed as people; student examples of finished work; and sheets with examples of beaks, eyes, hair, feet, and objects to inspire your kids.
Art Center - Creating Silly Monsters
This art activity could be used as a fun art sub lesson plan; a creative center activity; or a complete lesson. It would be great for a Halloween activity or for when you are teaching a unit on monsters. It may be printed out but may also be projected.